Portfolio restaurant

portfolio of clients – restaurant + hospitality

 

We offer experience with a wide variety of restaurant and hospitality clients.

 

Aquitaine [top]

Aquitaine Bar à Vin Bistrot has established itself as the premier French Bistro in the South End. Inspired by Parisian neighborhood bistros, award-winning Aquitaine offers an authentic French dining experience. [visit the website]

 

Audubon Cirle Bar and Restaurant [top]

A minimalist, less-is-more restaurant-bar in flash Kenmore Square. At first it looks like a neighbourhood grill, but design touches that include arcs of red and brown wood and black tables with the clear lines of a designer car soon make you realise it’s more than that.

 

Armani Café [top]

Seth Woods has taken over this stylish Northern Italian cafe, adding more serious fare, making it again a place to gravitate to. The atmosphere is one that invites lingering, with drinks. [visit the website]

 

The Beehive [top]

This cool, artistic hotspot is the place where food meets music, where nightlife meets the arts, where the South End meets café society. Live music, great food! [visit the website]

 

Bin 26 Enoteca [top]

This Beacon Hill Italian eatery is seasonally inspired, with its menu and wine list changing often. Its focus, as the “enoteca” portion of the name implies, is to create simple food accompaniments for its international wine menu. [visit the website]

 

Domani, Bar & Trattoria [top]

Located in the heart of Boston’s Back Bay. Domani Bar & Trattoria offers an approachable “New Italian” menu reminiscent of those found today in hot-spot neighborhood restaurants throughout Italy. [visit the website]

 

Eastern Standard, Kitchen & Drinks [top]

American Brasserie menu with New England accents meant to complement the stylish and chic 1930’s décor, with a sophisticated sex appeal seduces diners and drinkers alike. [visit the website]

 

Flour Bakery, Chef/Owner Joanne Chang [top]

Crusty, crackling baguettes warm from the steaming oven … buttery, raisin-filled brioche shaped in a swirl and drizzled with sweet icing … silky-smooth double chocolate truffle tarts … lemon curd cakes filled with raspberry preserves … fresh, made-to-order salads and sandwiches. [visit the website]

 

Gaslight, Brasserie du Coin [top]

Offers its guests French brasserie cuisine of impeccable quality and improbable value in an informal, old world, is new again setting. With its hand crafted Parisian zinc bar, reclaimed wood floors, mosaic tiles, beamed wood ceilings, nicotine stained walls and antique mirrors, Gaslight’s decor is warm and inviting. [visit the website]

 

Harbor Sweets, Inc. [top]

Harbor Sweets gift boxes are filled with wonderful handmade chocolates, each a work of art. They take great pride in their chocolates, all handmade locally in their seaside red brick chocolate factory, using only the finest, freshest ingredients. [visit the website]

 

Ivy Restaurant [top]

Ivy Restaurant is a modern neighborhood café full of rich flavors and textures, serving soul satisfying Italian classics with creative American style. [visit the website]

 

Langham Hotel Boston [top]

Located in the heart of downtown Boston, the Langham Hotel, Boston combines its rich history with all the features of a contemporary luxury hotel in Boston. [visit the website]

 

Legal Sea Foods [top]

Since 1950 when George Berkowitz opened his fish market next to his father’s grocery store in Inman Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the “Legal” name has been synonymous with quality and freshness! [visit the website]

 

Le Soir Bistro, Chef/Owner Mark Allen [top]

In the graceful, earth-toned dining room at Le Soir, chef Mark Allen (formerly of the Ritz) turns out classic continental dishes: his signature lobster and fennel profiteroles with whipped dill cream, and, our favorite, a hearty rabbit potpie sealed with golden-brown puff pastry.

 

LTK, Legal Test Kitchen [top]

What does dining in the 21st century look like for the city of Boston? It includes a high-tech atmosphere which includes: WiFi access, and an array of menu selections. In a nutshell, the new LTK restaurant on South Boston’s Waterfront. [visit the website]

 

MASA [top]

Chef/Owner Philip Aviles offers a menu of Innovative Southwestern Cuisine, pairing flavors and cooking styles of the Southwestern kitchen with fresh, local New England ingredients. [visit the website]

 

Metropolis Café [top]

With food and hospitality reminiscent of home, Metropolis Cafe welcomes you as family. Conversations are intimate and flavors comforting dining in this former ice cream parlor will conjure romantic memories of the past and hopes for the future.

 

Middlesex Lounge [top]

Cambridge’s ultimate multi-purpose destination, the Middlesex Lounge provides MIT workers and students as well as area residents with a stylish lounge. [visit the website]

 

MISTRAL [top]

Gracious. Sophisticated. Seductive. Distinctive. , Boston’s acclaimed French restaurant from celebrated Chef/Owner Jamie Mammano. Located in the city’s stylish South End, Mistral showcases Chef Mammano’s uncomplicated French Mediterranean cuisine. [visit the website]

 

No. 9 PARK, Chef/Owner Barbara Lynch [top]

No.9 Park provides an intimate, European-scale setting in which to enjoy Chef Barbara Lynch’s refined cuisine. The menu showcases an artful blend of regionally-inspired Italian and French dishes with an emphasis on simplicity and flavor. [visit the website]

 

Oleana, Chef/Owner Ana Sortun [top]

The cuisine centers on the Arabic influenced foods of the Mediterranean with a strong lean towards Turkish; the dishes are layered with flavor and unusual spice combinations. [visit the website]

 

Olivadi Restaurant [top]

Olivadi Restaurant is located in beautiful Norwood Center. Named for the small town in Calabria, Italy region known for its olive trees, hand crafted cheeses and beautiful beaches. Olivadi offers a modern classic Italian cuisine that will please your senses and imagination. [visit the website]

 

OM Restaurant & Lounge [top]

OM was recognized as one of the “best new restaurants in America” by Esquire Magazine and listed in its annual “Hot List” by Conde Nast Traveler. Two levels of enchanting decor and enlightenment are beckoning everyone to Harvard Square. [visit the website]

 

Palm Restaurant [top]

For over 80 years The Palm has been renowned for its aged USDA prime steaks, jumbo Nova Scotia lobsters, Italian entrees, warm smiles, outstanding service and an atmosphere like nowhere else. [visit the website]

 

Pho Republique [top]

Pho, the aromatic Vietnamese noodle soup, reigns here, as do imaginative cocktails. Get a seat at the bar where a neon sign glows and the chairs are comfy, and start with spring rolls. [visit the website]

 

Pigalle, Chef/Owner Marc Orfaly [top]

This fabulous French restaurant is a mainstay for local francophiles. The intimate, hushed setting is perfect for a special occasion or a romantic dinner, and candles and beaded lamps set a quiet, mysterious tone. [visit the website]

 

The Ritz-Carlton Dining Room with Chef Mark Allen [top]

Now called The Tajj Hotel. [visit the website]

 

Shubie’s Marblehead [top]

Shubie’s has been in continuous, family owned operation since 1948. The store has evolved over the years from a traditional “package” store to one of the first stores in the sixties to prominently feature premium wines. In 1986 they moved from the original 500 square foot location at 45 Atlantic Avenue, to a new 2200 square foot facility at 32 Atlantic, resulting in a major increase in fine wine sales. Another major renovation took place in 1999, when the facility at 32 Atlantic was doubled in size. [visit the website]

 

Silvertone Bar & Grill [top]

Owners Josh and Katy Childs have created a timeless American restaurant and bar hidden below street level near Downtown Crossing. The kitchen delivers solid contemporary dishes and classics alike at Cheap Eats prices. Retro chic decor and superlative cocktails.

 

Stella [top]

Located in the heart of Boston’s South End, Stella offers affordable and approachable Italian cuisine in a chic environment like no other in the city. [visit the website]

 

Stella Café [top]

All you love about Stella available to-go or to enjoy in the cozy new café! Start your day off with coffee, bagels, muffins, and pastries. Stop in and enjoy specialty paninis, pizza, salads, and sandwiches for lunch on the outdoor patio. Pick up your Stella favorites from the prepared foods section or some of our fresh packaged pasta and sauces on your way home for dinner. [visit the website]

 

Sunset Grill & Tap [top]

You could dine here every day of the year and still not have all the brews (112 on tap; 380 in bottles). Simply Boston’s best beer selection! [visit the website]

 

Taste of Beacon Hill [top]

Taste of the South End [top]

Tremont 647, Chef/Owner Andy Husbands [top]

This trendy spot caters to the party crowd and the serious foodies. Easy on the cocktails (they’re strong) that complement “adventurous American” cuisine that changes with the seasons; chef Andy Husbands shows a sure hand on both tuna and skirt steak. [visit the website]

 

Twenty-Eight Atlantic, Wequassett Inn Resort & Golf Club [top]

Recently awarded three stars by the Boston Globe. [visit the website]

 

Upstairs on the Square [top]

Restaurateurs Mary-Catherine Deibel and Deborah Hughes have found a new home and a new name for the much-missed UpStairs at the Pudding. Opened in November at their new home at another former Harvard Square social and theatrical club, built in 1906 on Winthrop Square. The restaurant’s new name, UpStairs on the Square, refers both to their new home and their familiar name. [visit the website]

 

Where to Eat & Drink, Guide to Boston Restaurants [top]

Where to Eat was created by two women from Boston who love food and love to dine out. The question of where to eat came up all the time, even though Jill Epstein and Tracy Roberts knew the city well, it was still difficult to find the perfect spot for the perfect meal. [visit the website]

 

Williams Sonoma [top]

Shop Williams-Sonoma Home for furnishings of casual elegance and exceptional craftsmanship. [visit the website]

 

Frenchie Boston [top]

[visit the website]

 

Bistro Duet [top]

[visit the website]

 

Blackbird Doughnuts [top]

“The team behind South End gastropub The Gallows and Banyan Bar + Refuge presents this tiny takeaway spot for sweet and savory raised donuts in unique flavors like sesame Sriracha, salted toffee and blackberry lavender. A local roaster supplies a custom coffee blend, and the subway tile–lined space features a glass wall with views of the kitchen, so guests can watch the treat-slinging team crank out their inventive baked goods.” Zagat [visit the website]

 

The Gallows [top]

“The “unique” New American comfort food on offer is “impressive” at this “lively” South End haunt known for its “crowded bar scene” and “fantastic” Sunday brunch; the “publike” room is dominated by reclaimed woods and a wall-sized Ouija board, while “super-friendly” staffers make you “feel like you’re being served by your best friend.” Zagat [visit the website]

 

Banyan Bar + Refuge [top]

The team behind The Gallows have turned the South End space that once housed Hamersley’s Bistro into this Pan-Asian gastropub, serving unique shareable plates that cull inspiration from Chinese and Southeast Asian cuisines. The digs also stray from convention, with a big brick patio, a birch wood and white brick–lined dining room boasting treelike ceiling sculptures and green leather upholstery, and a raw bar facing an open kitchen.[visit the website]

 

Brassica Kitchen + Café [top]

We are excited to finally bring you Brassica Kitchen + Café, a neighborhood joint by the Whisk pop-up team, bringing creative dining to a neighborhood we love! By day we are a coffee and scratch pastry shop, serving espresso, coffee and sandwiches. For supper, we will be offering a menu focusing on local ingredients prepared in a French/American style. Chef’s tasting as well as a la carte plates will be served alongside a thoughtful cocktail, wine and beer program.[visit the website]

 

El Centro, Boston, Brookline and Belmont [top]

Walking into El Centro is like walking into your grandmother’s kitchen, that is, if your grandmother’s kitchen is in Hermosillo, Mexico. Chef/Owner Allan Rodriguez has brought his version of Mexico to Boston, complete with real family recipes, house-made tortillas, spiced sangrias and authentic micheladas. A warm, inviting space, El Centro’s walls are home to authentic Mexican artwork, original photographs and handmade decorations from Mexico.[visit the website]

 

Café Madeleine [top]

Named for French painter and mother of Executive Pastry Chef Frederic Robert, Café Madeleine brings to Boston’s South End the elegance and artistry of a fine French patisserie. For anyone who loves French pastry, Café Madeleine offers quality baked goods made from scratch by classically trained chefs at neighborhood prices. Customers can learn how these delicious treats are made by peeking into the café’s open show kitchen while grabbing a croissant and coffee on the go. For lunch, enjoy seasonal, locally sourced, organic sandwiches from the mind of Chef Robert, served with a smile. And for beverages, try the unique, specialty coffee blends from La Colombe, a world renowned Strictly Earth Conscious® roaster. Come to Café Madeleine for an authentic French patisserie experience by people who care about food and enjoy life a little bit more![visit the website]

 

Liquid Art House [top]

“Fans appreciate the “different” concept behind this “inventive” gallery-restaurant hybrid in The Arlington in Bay Village, where “well-prepared” global cuisine blending “classic and modern” sensibilities is served in an “amazing”, museum-like setting amid monthly rotating art installations; the scene is “stylish”, the crowd “cool”, the tabs “high-end” and the overall experience “worth it.” Zagat [visit the website]

 

Teranga [top]

Teranga is Boston’s first Senegalese restaurant, located in the historic South End neighborhood at the intersection of Mass. Ave and Washington Street. We are honored to be located in the South End with its profusion of world-class, renowned restaurants and chefs. [visit the website]

 

Selector Oyster Bar [top]

The restaurant is focused on serving the highest quality seafood with a casual bistro vibe. The raw bar features local oysters and the rest of the menu offers crudo, ceviche, local shellfish, spanish octopus & more. The kitchen showcases the top quality seafood with simple seasonal preparations. Our wine program focuses on seafood centric wines and our bar serves up cocktails with small batch artisanal spirits. Select opened in April 2015 in a Back Bay townhouse serving modern seafood and taking inspiration from the neo-bistro movement in Paris. The restaurant quickly garnered praise including Boston Magazine’s Best of Boston Best New Restaurant 2015 and Best Wine Program 2016, Improper Bostonian’s Boston’s Best Seafood 2015 & 2016, Food & Wine’s Best New Wine Bars in America 2016, among others. [visit the website]

 

Barking Crab [top]

Not the “typical” Boston seafood restaurant, The Barking Crab offers the casual atmosphere of a coastal clam shack in a funky urban setting, with a marina alongside for easy access by water, and all the exciting resources of Boston only a short walk away.[visit the website]

 

Cinquecento Roman Trattoria [top]

Located in Boston’s South End neighborhood, our Trattoria restaurant & bar serves Italian cuisine, brunch, dinner, wine & cocktails.[visit the website]

 

Gaslight Brasserie [top]

French brasserie offers a sophisticated spot for classic eats and drinks.[visit the website]

 

Pinkberry [top]

Introduced brand and opened all New England locations.

 

Pastoral ARTisan Pizza [top]

 

Ma Maison [top]

 

Street Food Revolution [top]

 

Kings Bowl America, Boston, Lynnfield, Burlington and Dedham Locations [top]

 

Petit Robert [top]

 

Il Molo [top]

 

Dumpling Café [top]

 

Dumpling Palace [top]

 

Dumpling Kingdom [top]

 

Game On, Landsdowne Street [top]

 

Max & Leo’s Pizza [top]

 

Blazing Paddles [top]

 

Troguet on South [top]

 

Common Ground, Allston and Arlington Locations [top]